Conveyancing Update and New Development (Webinar)

Webinar presented by Allen West | Book now as we have limited places available

About this webinar

Join well-known conveyancing specialist presenter, Allen West, for this indispensable online overview of the latest developments in the conveyancing field. Amendments to legislation, recent case law and the resolutions taken at the 2018 Registrar's Conference and their application to conveyancing and notarial practice and procedure, will be covered.

No conveyancer can afford to practise in 2019 without participaring in this webinar. Practitioners who do not familiarise themselves fully with the changes risk the possible rejection of deeds and documents, resulting in dire consequences for them and for their clients.


Webinar date: 26 February 2019, 16:00 - 18:00 (1:45hr presentation and 15 minutes question time)
Closing date for registrations: 22 February 2019

Who should register?

This webinar is a must for all conveyancers. Your conveyancing secretary, paralegal and candidate attorney assisting you in the day-to-day conveyancing practice will also benefit from attending this webinar. This webinar is for those who missed out on the seminar held in January and February 2019.


Allen West was the Chief of Deeds Training from July 1984 to September 2014 and is currently a property law consultant at Tonkin Clacey in Pretoria. He is the co-author of numerous books on conveyancing, has published more than 150 articles in leading law journals, and regularly posts articles on Ghost Digest and LinkedIn. From its inception until September 2014, West was the editor of the South African Deeds Journal.

West is a lecturer extra-ordinary at the University of Pretoria and a moderator and consultant of conveyancing subjects at Unisa. He has presented courses for the LSSA (LEAD) since 1984 and has served on the following boards: Sectional Titles Regulation Board, Deeds Registries Regulation Board and Conference of Registrars, as well as numerous other related committees. West obtained his qualifications from Unisa and has also studied at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States.

Cost of the webinar

R550.00 (VAT Inclusive) per participant.
The Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund provides a substantial measure of funding for the training of attorneys and candidate attorneys. This allows LEAD to offer quality training at affordable fees.

Webinar system requirements

Definition: a webinar is a seminar conducted over the internet. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS..

How to register

Kindly note that you can only register online and that there are limited places available. Participants should be registered individually to enable the system to generate a unique username and password for each person.

Payment should be made by electronic funds transfer (EFT) only. Remember to upload the proof of payment (PDF) in
step 2.

LSSA banking details: Account name: Law Society of South Africa | Bank: FNB Pretoria | Branch code: 251445 | Account no: 6200 9641 079 | Reference: Your name, surname and cell number



Once you have successfully registered to participate, your details will be added to the eLEADer platform - LEAD’s online learning system. You will receive a system-generated email with your username, password and a link to the webinar site and instructions at least 24 hours before the webinar starts. Please read the instructions/user manual carefully and test your link to the webinar page at least an hour before it starts.

For more information about this webinar contact the seminars department:

Email: seminars@LSSALEAD.ORG.ZA or call tel: +27 (0)12 441 4644 / 4690 / 4613

Please take note

  • The LSSA will not accept liability if fees are not paid into the designated LSSA bank account.
  • The webinar is conducted in English only.
  • Should you need to cancel your registration, this must be done in writing within two business days before the closing date to avoid the full fee being charged.
  • LEAD reserves the right to cancel a webinar should the number of registered participants not justify the costs involved.